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Flintandsteel

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Here’s a few from the past.
 
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For me it's mostly flintlocks with just a couple of exceptions, okay then, maybe three. There are three caplocks I'll never let go. As granth mentioned the H&A, I have the very old Heritage model, can't be beat for accuracy. Mine has progressive rifling, FWIW.

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The .45 H&A, now retired.
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Had this one for several years and so far it's a dedicated target rifle.
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The US M1841 in .54.
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And that's everything I have.
You have a few fine examples of tiger striped maple. Especially the fourth one down, and the pistol. I had a chance to buy a H&A ,but hesitated. Wish I'd bought one.
 
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What caliber are those re-curves in?
lol, actually the bottom is an original Fred Bear Grizzly that is LNIB, #50, the next is a Martin ReCurve take down, that is also #50, the last one is a PSE Longbow #40. I had Compounds but found I did not like all the gadgets and also, frankly, they were too easy to shoot! These take practice and work! I am still learning!
 
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